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HOW IS THE CPA EXAM
SCORED AND WHY
RESULTS ARE NOT OUT
A Certified Public Accountant is a certification given to the individuals who
cleared the uniform CPA exam by AICPA (American Institute of Certified Public
Besides, CPA aspirants must meet the educational requirements and relevant
experience. The designation of US CPA helps to enforce professional standards in
the finance and accounting industry.
People who want to take the US CPA exam or want to have a CPA license need to
fulfil the below requirements.
120 to 150 educational credits from a recognized university/college.
Relevant work experience of 2 years.
Pass Ethics exam.
Age limit: 18+ years.
CPA Exam Scoring:
The candidate’s score for each section of the US CPA exam is reported on a
scale in the range of 0 to 99.
Also, the candidate has to score a minimum of 75 to pass a CPA section.
Your total score on the AUD, FAR and REG sections are weighted based on
your answers for Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs) and Task-Based
For CPA BEC sections, the scores are weighted based on MCQs, TBS and
Written communication tasks.
CPA Scores in Each Section:
Below table shows score weightage of each CPA exam section:
Written Communication Tasks
Why can’t we get our results for CPA right after finishing the CPA exam?
It is because of the following reasons.
All systems that are used to verify scores do not exist in the test centers.
Your score for each CPA section is reported on a scale that ranges between
0 to 99.
Your total score in the Auditing and Attestation (AUD), Regulation (REG)
and Financial Accounting and Reporting (FAR) sections is a weighted
combination of scaled scores from MCQs and TBS. For Business
Environment Concepts (BEC) section written communication tasks are also
Scaled scores on